Marist Sion College school dux Sarah Fusinato was presented with a special certificate at a recent assembly.
Sarah received the certificate from principal Peter Houlahan.
Mr Houlahan said the 2014 VCE results were the highest ever, a reflection on the successful efforts for school improvement.
The first assembly for the year was dedicated to recognising the outstanding achievements of the class of 2014.
The class of 2014 students were invited to attend a whole school assembly last week.
Sarah achieved an ATAR of 98.7. Her score included a perfect 50 for further mathematics and a 48 for physical education.
Students who achieved the highest study score in each of the year 12 VCE studies were presented with book awards and certificates.
Students who achieved study scores in the 40 plus range also received a prize and certificate.
Mr Houlahan said this dedicated group of young people were fine role models for younger students.
He said 28 per cent of Marist-Sion's year 12 students achieved an ATAR over 80 and 8.9 per cent were above 90.
He said the school was proud of all its class of 2014 students including those who completed their full VCE and VCAL students who had gone on to apprenticeships and training.
Published in the Warragul & Drouin Gazette, February 12, 2015